Stanmore Hall Touring Park (REF : XST)

Stourbridge Road, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 6DT

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes

Why stay here ...

Stanmore Hall Touring Park is set in beautiful grounds, taking full advantage of the grand trees and serene two-acre lake, resplendent with its water lilies and resident peacocks. The conservatory overlooking the lake is an attractive feature of this peaceful location and makes for an ideal spot to unwind from the bustle of modern life. All in all, the caravan site is an ideal destination for those seeking rest and relaxation.

At Stanmore Hall Touring Park you are exceedingly well placed to visit the myriad range of local attractions. The Shropshire caravanning park also makes for an ideal base from which to explore the lovely Welsh Borders, a particular treat for walkers with a love of dramatic rugged landscapes. The nearby towns within short driving distance with their black and white architecture, so characteristic of this area, will remind you of the simpler times of days gone by.

Things to do on site ...

  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge

Prices

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Walking notes:

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:
There is an Aldi located 1 mile from the site.

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Directions

Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. From North: leave M54 at junction 4 onto A442 (signposted Kidderminster). At the roundabout in Bridgnorth turn onto onto the A458 (signposted Stourbridge). The site is on the right within 1.5 miles. From South: use A442 to Bridgnorth then right on A458 signposted Stourbridge. The site is on the right within 1.5 miles.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
WV15 6DT
GPS:
Lat 52.52705 / Lon -2.37832
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
SO745922
OS map ref:
138
Handbook map ref:
G6

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile

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A fair old walk to Bridgenorth if you miss the bus!

After a damp drive to the campsite in late October 2019, I didn't feel particularly welcomed or valued as a Customer when checking in. We had had a difficult journey culmalating with the EMS light coming on in the MH 3 miles outside Bridgenorth. On 'limp home' mode we limped into the campsite. The staff were what I considered a little 'sharp' and with little or no conversation other than to give us our pitch and tell us the campsite rules. Had stayed at a sister site in Llanberis the week before where the team could not have been more helpful and welcoming, so was expecting the same. An example being, I wanted a to buy a Wifi voucher with cash rather than to pay on the card when logging in. The lady wasn't happy and even though I knew they had these vouchers (had them in Llanberis) she was very reluctant to give me one of these. Other than that, the site was clean, facilities very good even though some way from our pitch which in the Summer wouldn't be a problem, not good in damp Autumn. Pitches looked mostly level, ours having a nice view of the lake on the campsite. We did try to get the bus to Bridgenorth, however, as we were walking the 15 to 20m to the bus stop, we saw in the distance it stop and then drive on, a full 10m before the timetable time! Top tip, get there early to avoid a 40m walk into the lowtown and then a steep walk into the upper town area along a very busy road, as 3 taxis we phoned were not interested in coming out that far. Once in the high town in Bridgenorth, we had a lovely time walking around, and I was astonished and pleasantly surprised that for such a small town it had so many small and medium size pubs open. All in all, would certainly go back to Bridgenorth, but maybe not Stanmore Hall
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Enjoyable Bank Holiday weekend stay

Agree with a previous reviewer that it helps to phone up to make your booking, whilst viewing the site map online, and discuss your requirements and which of the available pitches would suit you best. Wardens are very helpful and - although we could not get into the adults only section because it was fully booked - they found us a quiet pitch, spacious and clean, which was perfectly fine. Lovely setting and the wildlife and pond are additional points of interest. We found the site very well maintained and clean. Our only gripes: the lack of recycling facilities, and that on such a busy weekend (the site was almost completely full) the number of units meant that the site electricity kept overloading and tripping out during the peak times in the evening (approx 7.30-9.30pm) It was restored quickly each time but nonetheless this was an irritation and probably even more annoying to a family with kids than it was for us. That said, we would definitely visit here again.

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Great relaxing holiday

Family break with two caravans, booked by phone. On arrival pitches had been allocated, were given directions, map key to toilets and access barrier fob. Met at pitch by warden who informed where to pitch. Had to manoeuvre around tree to get onto allocated grass pitch. Slight slope sideways but not enough to bother with ramps. Peacock/hens, duck geese roaming around all the time, peacock could be vocal early hours, some road noise at busy times. Site was very busy but there did seem to be the occasional empty pitch. Facilities clean, most of the time, cleaning equipment was available to clean up after using facilities as per most sites. No recycling facilities available apart from glass, needs to improve as we fully recycle at home. Seven days of sun, relaxation very enjoyable.
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Great site BUT......

Nice site if you get a good pitch, we booked a serviced pitch well in advance but got stuck on what must be the smallest most cramped pitch on the park, we did manage, just, to get our twin axle, awning and 4x4 in. The caravans around us looked like they hadn't moved for some considerable time and were surrounded by months of clutter. The sign on reception stated not to ask to be moved as the site was full, however several nice pitches remained unoccupied for the duration of our stay. It's a site of two halves, most of the site is lovely with great pitches well laid out with plenty of space, the area we were in is tight and untidy. When we first saw the pitch we considered just going home, which is what we should have done. If you get offered pitch 101 that's what you should do. Great wardens, nice little shop, decent facilities, fantastic peacocks. Don't think we will be returning, the pitch roulette doesn't really appeal. First come best pitch is much more fair.
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With some reservations...

This is a lovely site; well maintained and laid out, with a lake full of water birds as the central attraction. The lady warden was very helpful and pleasant. Well stocked shop for essentials and caravan spares. It's just two miles to Bridgnorth. We also managed to do a very pleasant 6 mile circular walk from the site. There is some road noise, especially at rush 'hour', and the amena block is situated at the entrance, so it is a hike to the loo. It is also dated - although the showers are hot with good water pressure, and it's clean. Considering Morris are charging top-price, one would expect a second amenity block nearer the pitches. The entrance is badly lit, so if you are arriving when it's dark, or returning from a night out, you could easily miss it! Re-cycling is nearly non-existant too, except for glass. We took ours home with us - but this isn't really on in this day and age. Unlike CC sites, you're given a pitch, there's no choice on the day. Apparently, regulars don't book online, but phone up to book the pitch of their choice. All in all though, we really enjoyed our stay!
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Telephone:
01746 761761
Email:
stanmore@morris-leisure.co.uk